If you’re tired of seeing your cool pink or charcoal RAZR phone coming and going down the street, or not sure which iPod on the table is yours, it’s time to customize it. Skins are custom-sized printed vinyl covers for your electronic gear that allow you to personalize it with your choice of hundreds of stock photos and logos (sports teams, colleges etc.), or your own digital images. I used Skinit.com to create this custom skin for my phone using a photo of my dog Duey. You simply upload the photo, pay about $20 bucks, and it arrives in the mail. myTego.com offers even greater customization, allowing you to place and edit your images, add text, and create skins for the inside surfaces of your flip phone as well. Templates are available for virtually every gadget, including notebook computers, PDAs, GPS and gaming devices. The skins adhere tightly, last 5 months to 2 years, and are easily removable (though not reusable), leaving no residue, so you can change them easier than you can change boyfriends.